De Baecque and Associes: Old and Modern Photographs, 106589, Lyon

Auction Details

Auction Date
10/22/2020 - 10/22/2020
Page Size: 253 items in 11 pages

Lot NumberAuthor NameBook TitlePlace PrintedYear PublishedEstimateActual Price
25

Boîte en bois de classement rainurée de 50 vues stéréoscopiques positives, c.1910.

c.1910.EUR 30.00 - 50.00Unknown
26

VUES POUR LANTERNE DE PROJECTION : Belle boite d'époque de classement à rainures de vues positives contenant 70 vues positives sur verre colorisées ou en noir et blanc (une vue cassée).

EUR 20.00 - 30.00Unknown
27

147 vues positives n&b de projection dans leurs boites d’origine. Paysages, enfants, famille, plages, Paris, Rouen, Chantilly, Compiègne, Guérande, Pologne, …

EUR 50.00 - 60.00Unknown
28

176 Vues de projections positives sur verre pour projection, c.1910 La mer de glace à Chamonix, Le petit St Bernard, Vues des Hautes Alpes, …

c.1910EUR 100.00 - 120.00Unknown
29

Microphotographie - 8 vues positives sur verre pour projections, c.1910

c.1910EUR 150.00 - 200.00Unknown
30

Chromoplast-Bild F.PhG (éditeur), c.1900 9 séries de 6 vues stéréoscopiques en couleurs sur papier, en tout 54 vues dans leurs pochettes d’origines.

c.1900EUR 60.00 - 70.00Unknown
31

Ensemble de 338 négatifs stéréoscopiques sur verre, c.1910 Paysages, montagnes, demeures, villes…

c.1910EUR 70.00 - 80.00Unknown
32

Lot de 280 négatifs stéréoscopiques sur verre, c.1930 Divers thèmes

c.1930EUR 10.00 - 20.00Unknown
33

Lot de 115 vues stéréoscopiques sur verre. 4,5 x 10,7 cm la plupart dans leurs boites d’origine.

EUR 10.00 - 20.00Unknown
34

Ensemble d’environ 485 vues stéréoscopiques sur verre négatives 1930 - 1950 -233 vues 6 x 13 cm :

1930 - 1950EUR 80.00 - 100.00Unknown
35

Ensemble de 374 plaques positives stéréoscopiques sur verre, c.1910 Beaux paysages de montagnes. Beaux paysages de montagnes.

c.1910EUR 80.00 - 100.00Unknown
36

Ensemble de 250 vues stéréoscopiques sur verre positives et négatives, c.1910 20 boîtes environ 250 vues 8 x 16 cm.

c.1910EUR 40.00 - 50.00Unknown
37

Plus de 400 Vues stéréoscopiques sur verre positives et négatives, c.1920 - 1930 8 x 13 / 7 x 13 / 4,5 x 10,7 cm

c.1920EUR 50.00 - 60.00Unknown
38

452 Vues stéréoscopiques négatives dans leurs boîtes d’origine, c.1930 6 x 13 cm.

c.1930EUR 50.00 - 60.00Unknown
39

Ensemble monumental de plus de 1300 plaques stéréoscopiques positives et négatives, c.1920 - 1935 6 x 13 cm (principalement) et 4,5 x 10,7 cm.

c.1920EUR 120.00 - 150.00Unknown
40

Lot d’environ 500 vues stéréoscopiques sur verre au format 4,5 x 10,7 cm, c.1920 Paysages de France et étranger.

c.1920EUR 50.00 - 60.00Unknown
41

Lot d’environ 350 vues stéréoscopiques sur papier 6 x 13 cm par un amateur, plusieurs en couleurs dans leurs boites, 1935-1960. Nîmes, Hte Savoie, Sète, Biarritz, Pyrénées, Expo de Paris 1937…

1935-1960.EUR 30.00 - 40.00Unknown
42

Stéréoscopie : Neue Photographische, Gesellschaft , A.G.,Steglitz-Berlin 1906 150 vues stéréos de paysages et villes allemandes, tirages argentiques d’époque 9x18 cm.

1906EUR 80.00 - 100.00Unknown
43

Vues stéréoscopiques sur cartons, XIXe-XXe Boite d’environ 200 vues 9 x 18 cm d’éditeurs ou d’amateurs.

XIXe-XXeEUR 120.00 - 150.00Unknown
44

Lot d’environ 165 vues stéréoscopiques positives sur verre, c.1910 Paysages, scènes de plage, expositions, montagne…

c.1910EUR 50.00 - 60.00Unknown
45

Important ensemble de 449 Négatifs sur verre stéréo et mono, c.1900 - 1920 Pour la plupart dans leurs boites d’époques.

c.1900EUR 80.00 - 100.00Unknown
46

44 vues sur verre en couleurs la plupart autochromes, 1915-1935 Vues monos et stéréo autochromes (quelques kodachromes), plusieurs plaques avec défauts, certaines sans verre de protection.

1915-1935EUR 100.00 - 120.00Unknown
47

Ensemble de négatifs mono sur verre 1900-1930 -228 Plaques.

1900-1930EUR 70.00 - 80.00Unknown
48

Ensemble de 7 négatifs au collodion, c.1860 Portraits pris en studio, c.1860 : petit garçon sur un tricycle, petite fille à la poupée, hommes, femmes.

c.1860EUR 40.00 - 50.00Unknown
49

Lot de négatifs verre et vues de projections. Divers formats, état usagé.

EUR 20.00 - 30.00Unknown
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